A Diversity Horizons Presentation sponsored by the Diversity Team at Fletcher LibraryLeandro Soto, Senior Lecturer and Artist-in-Residence at ASU’s West campus, presented an intimate curator/artist talk inside the Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance Gallery at ASU at the West campus on Tuesday October 10, 2006.This exhibit, “Shared Visions: India, Mexico, & Cuba” honored and celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month - but in a totally new way. Attendees took off their shoes, sat on the... Topics: art, diversity, education, fine arts
For our 20th episode we are talking with Exhibits Committee Chair, and Life Sciences Librarian Katherine O’Clair.Katherine is entering her second year as chair of the committee and will talk about current and future exhibits, the current state of the committee, and how it was formed. She will also talk about a new collaborative show underway with the School of Life Sciences on Arizona plants and animals that naturally survive the heat of summer.Mimmo Bonnani (Digital Projects Librarian) and... Topics: art, libraries, library spaces, ASU
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Childsplay, a theatre for young people and their families, Artistic Director David Saar and Curator of the Child Drama Collection Kathy Kryzs talk with Fred about a retrospective exhibit at the Tempe Center for the Arts. In April 2000 Childsplay was recognized by American Theatre magazine as one of the top four professional theatres for young people in the United States. This company has received just about every local and state arts award and national awards... Topics: community theatre, child drama, acting, juvenile, art, performance, Arizona History
The ASU Library Channel welcomes back Arizona Historical Foundation Photo Preservationist Rebekah Tabah to discuss the 2011 exhibit "Allen Dutton: A Retrospective" featuring examples from over fifty years of the artist's work. Host Fred McIlvain takes us on a tour of Dutton's work including his books, paintings, photo collages, and his life and history in Arizona. Get ready for a discussion unique as the artist himself. Master photographer, author, sculptor, social critic, painter,... Topics: photography, Arizona, art, exhibit, podcast, libraries, history, nudes, rhinos, Phoenix, Then and... Source: WAV audio file recorded on Marantz PMD670 Compact Flash Recorder
Curator Jacqueline Chao with Featured artists Angela Cazel Jahn and Stephen Marc discuss the Spring 2011 Origins Art Exhibit that runs through April 29, 2011 at the ASU Tempe campus. Angela Cazel Jahn's piece, "Our Little House of Once Was Knowledge" is featured in the lobby of Hayden Library on the ASU Tempe campus. Her exhibit is a small house structure containing boxes full of bits of what people think are knowledge resting on a foundation of books and artifacts including... Topics: exhibits, humanities, art, podcasts, education, ASU, Arizona, library
Fred McIlvain and Tammy Allgood interview Dr. Robert Mills, Assistant Professor ASU School of Music and Chistopher Mehrens, Head Music Library about Robert's personal collection of opera scores on loan for display in the Music Library. The exhibit features early and first-edition opera scores printed by Parisian music publishers highlighting the rich history of Parisian music publishing. During the late 1800's and early 1900's publishers took a lot of pride in their publications. These scores,... Topics: podcast, asu, arizona state university, library, opera, scores, art, publishing, collecting, music,...